IE3 The Week of October 18: Here’s What Happened
Don’t lost your key employees. Keeping your best employees can be a challenge. Thankfully, there are a lot of options for making your company more attractive than your competitors. One such option is “key man” insurance and Federated Insurance explains how this works. Read it.
Be compliant. On October 1 new requirements started for taking credit card payments. Are you in compliance with these new requirements? IE3 has the details on what you need to know and some resources for getting compliant. Read it.
Make them work! Maintenance agreements keep you busy in the fall and spring when the weather is milder. But do your agreements really benefit you and your customers? IE3 has some tips for making sure you are developing maintenance agreements that truly work. Read it.
Does the internet know all? If you Google “Home Performance” what do you find? Is it accurate? Bill Spohn of Trutech Tools did just that and he explains exactly what the internet thinks about home performance in his latest article. Do you agree? Read it.
Electronic record keeping, what a novel idea. OSHA has been working on an electronic record keeping rule for workplace injuries for some time and it is almost ready. ACCA’s Hilary Atkins has the details on what you need to do to prepare for this rule, so you will be in compliance. Read it.
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